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"In the Hall of the Pixel King" by Dancing Bros. was meant to be featured on Just Dance 2017, but it was scrapped. A new and different routine was created for the song and released in Just Dance 2018.
Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a man whose head is encased in a golden disco ball. He wears a red short-sleeved shirt, blue shorts with black suspenders, green ankle socks, and black and red sneakers.
The background is predominantly based off of 1980s 8-bit arcade games. The man is seen in a dark cave with stalactites falling. Two Jack-o-Lanterns arise from spurts of lava, who are defeated by the man's musical notes, which he shoots from his arms. The background turns green with metal pillars and pink flying dragon heads. The background turns into a purple wall with orange and black rocks on the outside.
There is 1 Gold Move in this routine:
Gold Move: Move your left arm to your left side and put your right arm up.
- In the Hall of the Pixel King is the fifth song by Dancing Bros. in the series.
- In the Hall of the Pixel King is the third classical piece in the series.
- In the Hall of the Pixel King and Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini are the eighth and ninth known songs to be scrapped in an earlier game before appearing in a later game, after Jungle Boogie, Soul Bossa Nova, Land Of 1000 Dances, We Can’t Stop, Copacabana, and You Never Can Tell.
- However, Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini and In the Hall of the Pixel King are the first two routines to have their choreographies changed entirely.
- It is also the third known routine to have a change in background elements, following We Can’t Stop and You Never Can Tell.
- In the Hall of the Pixel King is the third song to have increased speed, after Gold Dust and XMas Tree.
- The coach was going to be the second coach to have a disco ball for a head, the first being the unknown coach used in numerous Just Dance 2014 Mashups.
- On the menu square and coach selection image for the scrapped routine, the dancer is not pixelated; however, in the actual gameplay, album coach, and coach selection image, he is.
- The album coach has no outline.
- Some of the pictograms reference Soulja Boy and Usain Bolt in their names.
- The pixelated heads of Da Funk (P2), Hey Boy Hey Girl, and This is Halloween (P3 and P4) appear in the background as enemies.
- Love You Like A Love Song also makes an appearance near the end, as she is seen trapped in a cage.
- Please note that these screenshots are from a mod version of Just Dance 2017 and are only used to show how the track would have appeared had it been kept in the game.
Behind the Scenes
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